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When Amazon.com was seeking a location for one of its new headquarters, many cities, including Palmdale and Los Angeles, submitted their municipal resumes in hopes of being the chosen location.

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A top Trump administration official warned that voting machines must produce paper receipts to protect against hacking in the 2020 election, Bloomberg news reported.

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The family that owns about half of Kern County’s gold and silver mine near Mojave has offered to buy the other half from the Canadian company running the operation, the Bakersfield Californian has reported.

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Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman Loera was found guilty, on Tuesday, of all charges against him, in a trial that offered rare insight into the internal workings of the most powerful cartel in Mexico.

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The highly controversial plans to build a high-speed train to operate between San Francisco and Los Angeles were brought to a temporary halt, Tuesday, by California’s new governor Gavin Newsom.

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Three companies are working to build supersonic airliners, but environmental groups are worried that the planes would add substantial amounts of greenhouse gases in the upper atmosphere.

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The once huge ISIS “caliphate” has been virtually wiped out. All that’s left in Syria are a few hundred die-hard Islamic State fighters based in two small villages.

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A lot of Americans keep track of the employment gains or losses for the whole country when the figures are released at the end of each month.

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President Donald Trump, who originally said he would take the blame for a government shutdown, on Saturday, outlined a deal to Democrats.

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Yes, we know we have crime in the Antelope Valley, but four men shot, with only one survivor, signals that we’re not the high desert placid place we’ve felt relatively safe in for decades.

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In the steamy atmosphere of chaos-wracked Washington D.C., Democrats, media opinion writers and talkers have often complained bitterly about how GOP leaders have failed to police their ranks on the charged issue of race.

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On at 7:11 p.m., Pacific time, Jan. 17, BuzzFeed News filed a blockbuster stink bomb that quickly became the hot lead story for TV’s opinion shows.

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The media’s “President Donald Trump is a congenital liar” narrative reeks of rampant hypocrisy to those who repeatedly complained while the same media gave President Barack Obama pass after pass for eight years. Obama wanted to become a “transformational” president. He succeeded, thanks in l…

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Here are a couple of easy immigration questions — answerable with a simple “yes” or “no” — we might ask any American of any political stripe: Does everyone in the world have a right to live in the U.S.? Do the American people have a right, through their elected representatives, to decide who…

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In an article written by John Cox, appearing in The Bakersfield Californian, he cited a variety of ways the nation’s shutdown is causing detrimental situations in Kern County.

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Change’s 4, a lunar mission that achieved a soft landing on the far side of the moon on Jan. 2, is sending great photos and a signal back to Earth that China is surging ahead in the latest space race.

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The dozens of people investigating illicit connections between the United States and Russia scored twice early in the week. Here are the revelatory stories:

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Despite a wildly gyrating stock market, employers added 312,000 jobs to America’s employment statistics in December — about twice the number the experts expected.